Gwyneth Paltrow married Jewish television executive Brad Falchuk on Sunday – confirming it by posting a picture of them wearing their wedding rings.
The Hollywood actress and Falchuk have dated for more than three years, and were married at a star-studded ceremony in the Hamptons.
Falchuk, 47, who is Jewish, was a co-creator, writer and director of “Glee”. The newlyweds met on the set of the hit TV show in 2010, which Paltrow guest starred on. He is now executive producer of “American Horror Story” and is the son of former national Hadassah President Nancy Falchuk.
Paltrow’s mother, Blythe Danner, told photographers on Sunday: “It was gorgeous — the most beautiful wedding I’ve ever seen,” according to People.
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Announcing in January that they were set to wed, they said they felt “incredibly lucky”, when sharing the news in a joint-statement, telling Good Morning America: “We feel incredibly lucky to have come together at this juncture in our lives when our collective successes and failures can serve as building blocks for a healthy and happy relationship.”
Paltrow, who won an Oscar for best actress in 1999 for “Shakespeare in Love,” is reportedly a follower of Kabbalah. She is the daughter of a Jewish father and a non-Jewish mother, the actress Blythe Danner. It’s the second marriage for both.